SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
THURSDAY, MARCH 31
EPICUREAN WINERY DINNERS
Kick off the weekend in style and enjoy antioxidant-rich food prepared by Northern California’s finest chefs paired with world-class wines from top Sonoma vintners.
FRIDAY, APRIL 1
CULINARY ARTISAN SERIES
Guests will enjoy a fully immersive edible forage and culinary journey with Master Chef, James Corwell, Michelin Award Winners, Kyle & Katina Connaughton, James Beard Award Winner, Charlie Palmer, and winner of Food Network’s, “Chopped”, Dustin Valette.
– EDIBLE FORAGE
– FOOD FOR THOUGHT
– TIME FOR WINE
– THROUGH YOUR LENS
– WORLD OF BEES
– GARDEN TO GLASS COCKTAILS
– FOR THE LOVE OF CHEESE
– THE ART OF OLIVE OIL
– BELIEVE IN TEA
EPIC PARTY AT MAYACAMA GOLF CLUB
Your artisan exploration culminates at the stunning Mayacama Golf Club where 30 of the world’s most notable vintners will pour their stunning wines alongside the gourmet delights from award winning chefs with a special culinary showcase featuring Certified Master Chef James Corwell.
THIS IS A ONE-OF-A-KIND EXPERIENCE EXCLUSIVE TO MAYACAMA GOLF CLUB MEMBERS AND ATTENDEES OF THE SONOMA EPICUREAN SERIES ONLY.
SATURDAY, APRIL 2
Scientists and researchers will discuss cancer wellness and the need to prevent cancer disparities in minority ethnic groups with higher cancer risk. The enlightening symposium will feature interactive polling for instant audience response and engagement on innovative research, racial disparities and therapeutic responsiveness.
“YOU BEAT CANCER BY HOW YOU LIVE, WHY YOU LIVE, AND THE MANNER IN WHICH YOU LIVE”
Former ESPN “SportsCenter” Anchor
EPIC FEAST &
The pinnacle event of the Sonoma Epicurean series will welcome guests for a decadent feast prepared by Executive Chef Jaron Dubinsky and paired with exceptional wines from Sonoma County, at the Montage Healdsburg. Guests will enjoy a spirited auction, with the opportunity to raise a paddle to help generate critical funding that will benefit our V Foundation researchers as we work together to achieve Victory Over Cancer®.
Hosted by ESPN “SportsCenter” Anchor Sage Steele